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Taylor Swift Makes History Breaking Records – Again

We couldn’t expect more from “The Music Industry,” the nickname Swifties, Taylor Swift’s fans, gave to their idol. The name is now as true as it can be, with the artist breaking a record that was unforeseeable to everyone. Surpassing The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Madonna or any other artist and music icon you can think of, Taylor Swift did it again: the Top Ten go the Billboard’s Top 100 Singles Chart belongs to her.

Taylor Swift, The Music Industry

Taylor Swift is making music history, breaking streaming records and never-before-seen sales, and, to celebrate, we are going to dissect her "special very chaotic surprise," the seven bonus tracks of Midnights (3 A.M. Edition).
Taylor Swift is doing it again with her latest record, Midnights. The album is breaking an incredible amount of records, bringing the singer closer to being one of the greatest of all time.
This week, Taylor Swift and her new album reached the absolute top of the charts, peaking on almost every one. But this is not all. She indeed took not only the top of the Billboard’s Top 100 Singles Chart, but the ENTIRE Top 10!

Billboard’s Top 100 Singles Chart

Moreover, every song from the album belongs to the chart. The entire album appears in the FIRST FIFTY positions.

Taylor Swift Midnights

“Bad Habit” from Steve Lacy topped the charts for a very long time, but its fate was soon to come with the release of Midnights. Everyone knew the album would have been a huge success – no one can doubt Taylor Swift’s abilities nor we can’t doubt that Swifties are going to support her to death despite what the album looks like. However, no one could predict such a huge impact.
“Anti-Hero” tops the chart, followed by “Lavender Haze,” “Maroon,” the Lana Del Rey’s feature on “Snow On The Beach” and “Midnight Rain.” On the fifth position “Bejeweled,” recently supported by the latest music video.
“Question,” “You’re On Your Own, Kid,” “Karma” and “Vigilante Shit” follow right after, putting the singer on the highest pedestal ever reached.
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